Clubs and Activites

Note: Students must be an active student and enrolled in Winter Haven High School to participate in clubs.


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Art Club

Open to students enrolled and have also completed art classes and have a continuing interest in visual arts.
Sponsor: Mrs. Daniels


The Pride of Winter Haven High Marching Band is very active at all football games and in area band competitions. Students must be enrolled in band courses at the school to participate.
Director: Mr. Mayato
WHHS Band Website

Blue Devil Gamers

Interested in video games? Want to meet new gamers, hangout, and/or compete in tournaments? Join the Blue Devil Gamers! Blue Devil Gamers meet twice a week and hold monthly tournaments where trophies are given to the winners. Some of the tournaments held last year were – Call of Duty Black Ops II, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Madden 2013, NBA 2k13, Mortal Kombat, and more. Stop by room 34-220 for more information.
Sponsor: Mr. Erb


A team sport for those students who enjoy critical and strategic thikning and who like to participate in chess tournaments.

Drama Club

Open to students who enjoy and understand art through play and musicals.
Sponsor: Mr. Fritz


DECA:  DECA is a marketing organization for high school and college students.  Students must be enrolled in a business, hospitality, or a marketing course at the school to join DECA.
Advisor:  Mrs. Robinson, 35-219

Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

Students develop leadership through home economics in the home and workplace.
Sponsor: Mrs. Winniczuk

French Club

The French Club allows students to learn more about the French language, customs, and culture.
Sponsor: Mr. Martin

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Open to students interested in developing business leadership by understanding free enterprise and citizenship. Local, district, state, and national dues total $15.
Sponsor: Mrs. Robinson

Future Farmers of America (FFA)

Open to agriculture students who have continuing interests in citrus, livestock, and parliamentary procedures. When you think of FFA, farmers come to mind right? Well, the FFA is a lot more than that. There is farming, but there are also shows. This past year, FFA members showed cows, pigs, chickens, rabbits, and other animals. During these shows, there is the enjoyment of showing your animal, as well as cash prizes. If you are interested in joining FFA or interested in information stop by Room 52. (Ag Building)
Sponsor: Mr. Hobbs


Students in Interact provide school service and leadership through the Rotary Club.
Sponsor: Mr. Hall


Students in JROTC learn discipline and structure through early military training. Sergeant Major Carter heads our JROTC program. For more information please visit their website.

Key Club

Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students in the world. An international organization with clubs around the world, Key Club is student-led and teaches leadership through serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.
Sponsor: Mr. Clevenger

Mu Alpha Theta

Open to students who have completed three courses of math experience, which allows them to compete in contests.
Sponsor: Mrs.Erb

National Honor Society

Promotes excellence in scholarship, service, character and leadership. Based upon teacher evaluation and national guidelines.
Sponsor: Mrs. Bachman and Mrs. Lewis

Psychology Club

Sponsor: Mrs. Hall

Student Council

Elected by the student body to promote elections, sponsors homecoming, and services projects such as the canned food drive and the cancer drive.